„(To Mussolini) His Excellence can count, now and forever, on my complete and absolute devotion.“

(A Mussolini) Vostra Eccellenza può contare ora e sempre sulla mia completa e assoluta devozione.
Quoted in "Rodolfo Graziani: L'uomo"‎ - Page 78 - by Giovanni Battista Madìa, Emilio Faldella, Titta Madia - 1955

Originale

[Mussolini avrebbe potuto contare] Sulla sua più completa e assoluta dedizione.

da un telegramma a Mussolini del '28
Variante: (A Mussolini) Vostra Eccellenza può contare ora e sempre sulla mia completa e assoluta devozione.

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